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And now the latest from Curbed Chicago, covering everything you need to know about the city's neighborhoods and real estate.
LOGAN SQUARE— An empty lot near California and Milwaukee Avenues may soon make way for a large dual tower residential development, which would become the neighborhood's largest by far.
WEST LOOP— Curbed stopped by the office of design shop Studio K for a tour and quick chat about the company that has designed the interiors of some of Chicago's most popular bars and restaurants.
STREETERVILLE— The developer looking to build a new Robert A.M. Stern tower in Streeterville formally unveiled the plan this week, which also includes a new 1.7 acre park next door.
LAKEVIEW— A string of decaying buildings on Lincoln Avenue have been scooped up and will be redeveloped into new retail spaces.